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Revamped Compact Bicycle Folds Up In Under 10 Seconds

Revamped Compact Bicycle Folds Up In Under 10 Seconds
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Portable bike can be collapsed faster due to its uniquely odd frame shape.

Yi Chen
  • 16 february 2012


The Strida isn’t like any other folding bicycles where it takes too much effort and time to open and fold it. Instead, the triangular-framed bike can be conveniently opened and collapsed in less than 10 seconds. Its strikingly peculiar design allows the bike to be rolled when folded so you essentially don’t have to carry it around when you can’t cycle. Designed using aluminum, the bike weighs only 10kg and is durable and sturdy.

Another unique feature of the Strida is that riders cycle in an up-right position to provide better comfort and on-road visibility. The low-maintenance Strida comes in various colors and retails from $499.

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